iPod and iTunes For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 25, 2009 - Computers - 408 pages
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The fun and easy way to make the most of your iPod and the iTunes store

iPods have totally revolutionized the way we play music, videos, and TV shows. This handy guide is written by veteran For Dummies author Tony Bove and will have you off and running with your iPod in no time. You’ll get set-up advice and help loading your iPod with tunes, podcasts, movies, and more. Got an iPod touch or iPhone? Learn to use the multitouch interface, add photos, surf the Web, manage your e-mail and calendar, and even play games.

  • Introduces the different iPod models, including iPod touch, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle
  • Explains how to set up iTunes, shop at the iTunes store, and import music, videos, and podcasts
  • Shows how to manage photos, videos, synchronize devices with iTunes, burn CDs from iTunes, play iPod content, and play music on your home stereo, TV, or car stereo
  • Includes tips on working with Genius to create playlists, resetting and restoring your iPod, troubleshooting, and organizing and sharing content

Don’t wait another minute to start enjoying your new iPod! Start enjoying everything your iPod can offer with the latest edition of iPod & iTunes For Dummies today.

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User Review  - librisissimo - LibraryThing

Just a place to store my favorite gripe about the series itself, which I have noted in other volumes on all sorts of topics. Despite claims to "start from the beginning for beginners" there is always ... Read full review

Great Resource

User Review  - jake41241 - Overstock.com

Was a gift for my Mother and Sister who are both constantly asking me questions about their IPod. Now they have a wonderful resource and how to guide with this book. I think they are not more informed than I am. Read full review


Conventions Used in ThisBook
Firing Up Your iPod and iPhone
Setting Up iTunes and Your iPod and iPhone
Putting Your Finger onIt Tapping Your iPodtouch or iPhone
Theres No Time Like the Right Time On an iPod touch or iPhone
Using theiPod nano pedometer Setting the Passcode for Your Lock
FillingUp Your Empty
Browsing and subscribing to podcasts
Adding and Editing Information in iTunes
Playing Contentin iTunes Changing the Computers Output Volume Adjusting the soundon a
Organizing iTunes Content with Playlists
Creating asmart playlist Editing a smart playlist Adding a Touch of Genius
The Songs Remain the Same
Everythings Coming Up Videos
Your Pocket Picture Player
Touching the Online World

Into theSync withiTunes
Syncing Mail Calendars Contacts and Bookmarks
Syncing Your Personal InfoUsing iTunes
Searching Browsing and Sorting in iTunes
The Postman Always Beeps Once
Ten Steps to Recovery
Ten Tangible Tips

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About the author (2009)

Tony Bove has written more than two dozen computer books, including all editions of iPod & iTunes For Dummies. Tony is also a professional musician. He blogs and offers tips about iPods, iPhones, iTunes, and the iLife applications at www.tonybove.com.

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